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General Chat Thread, Laptop Trolleys in General; For reference when BS EN 60309 outlets are installed for "untrained personnel" they should have mechanical interlocks. Ie they can ...
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    For reference when BS EN 60309 outlets are installed for "untrained personnel" they should have mechanical interlocks. Ie they can only be made live when the correct plug it mated. This prevents students inserting paperclips etc and getting a shock!
    They could do that in any plug socket though.

    I've emailed Monarch my questions, not sure they're going to reply though!

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    I have tried searching, perhaps I havent hit on the right phrases, but has anyone produced a do's 'n' don'ts/idiots style guide for staff using laptop trolleys?

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